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The Best A-Frame Cabins Less Than 4 Hours From Vancouver

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Photo: Tye River Cabins

Everyone loves a cozy cabin retreat all seasons of the year, but there’s some even more magical about A-frame cabins.

Escape to one of these hidden gems that are around three-four hours or less from the city.

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Best A-Frame Cabins Near Vancouver

Sechelt

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Photo: Airbnb

Meet “Alfie,” the A-frame cabin with a name. This sweet little getaway awaits you in Sechelt on the Sunshine Coast. It’s a quick ferry ride over to Gibsons and then you pass through Robert’s Creek to Sechelt. This adorable cabin costs around $120 per night and features a queen-size bed, waterfront views and a balcony.

Egmont

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Photo: Back Eddy

Head to Back Eddy Resort & Marina for a variety of accommodation styles, including cozy A-frame cabins. It’s on the Sunshine Coast, just under three hours from Vancouver. It costs anywhere from $129 to $199 depending on the time of year. It features a double bed, wood-burning fireplace and an adorable kitchenette with a Keurig.

Seattle

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Photo: Renee Roaming/Tye Haus

Visit Tye River Cabins for a memorable stay in one of their cozy a-frame cottages. They Have Tye Haus, Foss Haus and Sky Haus to choose from. All three cabins are next to each other so if you have a big group looking for a place to go, this is perfect. They’re nestled in the heart of the Mt. Baker Snoqualmie National Forest. You can find this slice of heaven about 3.5 hours away from Vancouver.

La Conner

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Photo: Glamping Hub

This small town in Washington is less than two hours away from Vancouver. Cozy up in this adorable cabin and then make some s’mores with its outdoor fire pit. It can sleep up to six people as well. It’s nestled amongst nature where you can see the Skagit Bay through the trees, just steps from the cabin.

For more cabin getaways, check out this hobbit house where you can feed sheep outside your front door or these rustic log cabins with panoramic forest views.

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